8:30am & 11am Services


In and around Bloomington-Normal, Illinois.

Home Sweet Home Ministries

Home Sweet Home Ministries has been serving the homeless and hungry with Christ's love in Bloomington, Illinois since 1917. We provide case management and other supportive services to the homeless such as shelter, hot meals, clothing and toiletries, and children's programming. Our goal is to help people find independence, restore their hope and share the love of Jesus Christ with them.

Western Avenue Community Center

WACC Opened in 1926 when Reverend Frank Breen and a group of community leaders held a campaign to raise $30,000 for the erection of an inter-denominational church and community center. The church and center became a neighborhood meeting place for social, religious, educational, and recreational activities for all age groups.

The Western Avenue Community Church disbanded as a church in 1969, but continued as a social service organization and community center, working with people of all ages and reaching out into the neighborhood.

Habitat for Humanity

"As a social service agency, homebuilder and mortgage lender, HFHMC collaborates with volunteers and families on a non-discriminatory basis to build simple, decent, affordable houses and sell them at cost through a no-interest loan …The program of building homes with Habitat qualified families creates an atmosphere and life changing experience for all involved.”

The Boys & Girls Club

"The Boys & Girls Club of Bloomington-Normal is a youth enhancement program that provides both summer and after-school activities. These activities serve the emotional, cultural, and social needs of youth ages 6-18. The Club plays a positive role in the lives of young people, providing safe environment where they can learn and grow."

Illinois People's Action

“Illinois People’s Action (IPA) is the state’s largest faith-based community organization. The mission of IPA is to organize for justice in local communities and throughout Illinois’ urban and rural areas. IPA works with local grassroots and faith leaders on wide variety of justice issues they themselves identify.”